Clinical Hypnotherapy

A Clinical Hypnotherapist uses hypnosis to enable the client to achieve a state of mental, physical and emotional relaxation.  When in hypnosis, the conscious mind (that busy, critical, analytical part of the mind) takes a rest. Hypnosis allows people to tap into the storehouse of information that lies in the subconscious (sometimes referred to as the unconscious) mind and make positive changes to thought patterns, habits or the effects of traumatic incidents that are having a negative impact either mentally or physically (Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists).

Our Clinical Hypnotherapist (Carrina Bradbury) has completed the Diploma Course with the Milton H Erickson Institute of WA; including Applied Hypnosis and Advanced Hypnosis and Supervision. 

Hypnosis is a long practised form of mindfulness that incorporates acceptance and change but that moves beyond mindfulness as an active therapeutic intervention.  It is also one of the most researched of all psychotherapeutic interventions (The Milton H Erickson Institute of WA)

Hypnotherapy is great for a range of conditions affecting your personal wellbeing, physical and mental health.  These include:

  • Insomnia / Sleep Issues
  • Pain Management (inc Birth Preparation, Chronic Pain etc)
  • Depression, Anxiety, Panic Disorders
  • Mindfulness, Relation, Self Care
  • Self Esteem
  • Thought Management
  • Nail Biting and other habits